focused on. governor romney, the challenger of the presidency, and basically stuck in a news blackout for five days last week. through no fault of his own irrelevant to the proceedings for five days. you know, by the time i caught up with him on sunday, you know, he had big crowds. i saw him in cleveland and then in bucks county, pennsylvania, at the pennsylvania event. the cleveland event was big and enthusiastic. the event in pennsylvania was insane. it was huge, somewhere between 25,000 and 30,000 people out on a very, very cold night just across the river from trenton. and, you know, the funny thing about it, though, governor romney did not seem that energized by the crowd. he was actually quite somber and quite -- and quite subdued. and a lot of reporters noted it. and i think, joe, to your point, i think it was starting to dawn on them that as the numbers were coming in, and the congealing, you talked about the president over the weekend seeming -- to the extent there was a break. numbers breaking his way.